When it comes to buying tickets, you know, I just have to take care of some little things, clean up some of the mistakes and tweak it, and I'll be there to buy tickets. You can't get all wrapped up in whether I bought a ticket to this game or that game, or whether I showed up for the bowl game, it's all about building a foundation for future ticket buying and future support of the program. Nobody wants a guy who's just a fan. You want to excel in everything. You set the standard on even the little things, and the rest will follow. So, I've really put a premium on things like making sure my yard is properly edged and mowed, because if you do the little things like that, one day it's all going to come together and I'll be a season ticket holder. You either are striving to contribute to the program or you are not, I want to work like that. One day, I'll be a contributer to the program, I just have to get my horns out, bring my lunchpail to work, and one day I'll be the kind of fan who buys season tickets, I just have to keep punching and then I'll be there. All this internet talk about going to every game, or being a season ticket holder, or contributing to the program is just that...talk. I mean, are any of you guys out there with me 18 hours a day? Do you know how I feel? Do you know whether I'm healthy and ready to buy those tickets? Sure you can say "Get out there and buy those tickets" but you really don't know. How many tickets has Joel Klatt bought anyway? I'm not going to dictate to anybody how those tickets get bought, or who is going to support the program this way or that. There might be some times where I put my foot down and say, "Hey, we're going to watch this game...if it's on TV" but usually, I just get out of the way and let the other fans be fans. I just need to settle in, do the right things and those tickets will come. I bought tickets 80% of the time when Mac was here, and these aren't my father's Buffs. It took some Mizzou fans seven years to get season tickets under Pinkel, I just need to stay the course.